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At a recent annual meeting of The Sedona Conference Working Group on Data Security and Privacy Liability, one key theme seemed to be on everyone’s mind. During the sessions, which covered breach notification laws, litigation and other current issues impacting data privacy and security, the topic of data minimization came up again and again. While the practice of data minimization isn’t exactly new, we’re now seeing it resonate and discussed at the forefront of the legal industry for the first time.

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